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IS AUSTRALIA A PREMIER DESTINATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS?

Well, Australia also known as Oceania is becoming popular day-by-day among international students due to several reasons. Currently, Australia is the third most popular destination for international students in the English speaking world, behind the United States and UK. It is popular not only in India, but in some others countries also.

There are various factors which make it the most preferable among students like cultural diversity, friendliness, safety, renowned education system as well as scholarships and job opportunities.

Many international students are drawn to Australia because it is young, vibrant, and most of all a friendly country. It is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. People from about 200 countries have migrated to Australia. This is reflected in the country’s food, lifestyle, cultural practices and experience. Australian culture is forward-thinking and outward-looking. In fact, the Australian – the emu and kangaroo – were selected due to the fact that these animals are incapable of moving backwards – much like the country itself.

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MELBOURNEMelbourne is home of many of Australia’s best known landmarks, such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the National Gallery of Victoria and the World Heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. Noted for its cultural heritage, the city gave rise to Australian Rules football, Australian impressionism and Australian cinema and has more recently been recognized as a UNESCO City of Literature and a global centre for street art. It’s a multicultural city that regularly celebrates its diversity through festivals and events by which student can overcome homesickness and any other stress. According to a survey by global livability, it ranked on 6th number as the most livable city in the world. The lifestyle of the people and pollution free environment makes it more preferable to live.Moreover it is home to the eight best universities of the world i.e. the University of Melbourne, Monash University, Swinburne University of Technology, Deakin University, Royal Melbourne institute of Technology (RMIT University), La Trobe University, Australian Catholic University (ACU) and Victoria University.

PERTH – The city of Perth sits on the northern banks of the Swan River, while the suburbs of Perth stretch on all directions to the Darling Range in the east and the Indian Ocean in the west. Perth features several important public buildings, as well as cultural and heritage sites. The city has various notable government buildings, including the Parliament House, Government House, the Supreme Court Buildings and the Perth Mint. The city is served by Fremantle Harbor and Perth Airport.

Perth receives moderate, though highly seasonal, winter-based rainfall. Summers are generally hot, sunny and dry, lasting from December to March, with February generally the hottest month. Apart from this, it is a home to four public universities such as the University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Murdoch University, and Edith Cowan University. There is also one private university, the University of Notre Dame Australia, and a local campus of the Melbourne-based University of Divinity.

SYDNEY – Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. Sydney consists of 658 suburbs, spread across 33 local government areas. The estimated population in June 2022 was around 5,297,089 which are about 66 % of the state’s population. Sydney is most famous for its Sydney Harbor Bridge. Moreover this vibrant city is famous for its superb beaches, and the iconic Opera house with its towering sail structure.

Being so close to the sea gives Sydney a few added bonuses. One of the perks of being near the sea is the availability of fresh seafood. Over the years the city’s chefs have mastered seafood, creating mouth-watering dishes perfect for a summer dinner by the sea. Furthermore, Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most prestigious universities and technical institutions like University of Sydney, University of Technology, University of South Wales, Macquarie University, Western Sydney University and Australian Catholic University.

TASMANIA – Tasmania is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 Kilometers to the south of the Australian mainland separated from it by the Bass Straight, with the archipelago containing the southernmost point of the country. It is the Australia’s least populous state, with 569,825 residents as of December 2021. The state capital and largest city is Hobart, with around 40 percent of the population living in the greater Hobart area. Tasmania is the most decentralized state in Australia, with the lowest proportion of it residents living within its capital city.

Tasmania is famous for its incredible fauna, particularly the Tasmanian devil. This nocturnal creature is the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial and is found only in Tasmania. Visitors can see this fascinating creature in various wildlife parks and sanctuaries across the island. Moving further, this island contains some of the most spectacular mountain, lake, and coastal scenery in the country and much of its land is protected in national parks and reserves which make it a natural paradise. The state also produces a major proportion of Australia’s hydroelectric power and possesses a great diversity of natural resources.

Tasmania is not very far from cities like Sydney and Melbourne with easy and accessible transportation. It is just 50 minutes from Melbourne and 1.5 hours by Sydney by flight.

The top institute’s to study in Tasmania are – University of Tasmania, Clinton Institute and The institute of TAFE Tasmania.

ADELAIDE – Consistently ranked as one of the top ten most livable cities in the world, Adelaide is a popular destination for international students in Australia. Adelaide is the gateway to world famous places such as Kangaroo Island and the best wine regions in Australia including the Barossa valley, McLaren vale and the Clare valley. Local attractions in Adelaide include the Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Botanic Gardens, national wine centre and much more. It is the capital city of South Australia, and is the fifth largest capital city in Australia.

Adelaide offers quality study options at every stage of your learning journey. When you choose Adelaide, you’ll receive a world class education and be prepared for future success. Universities in Adelaide are ranked within the top 2% in the world and have produced numerous Nobel Laureates and Rhodes Scholars, leading the world in their various fields of expertise. Adelaide’s three public universities are Flinders University, The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. Adelaide is also home to Torrens University, a private institute in Australia.

BRISBANE – Brisbane is the capital and most populous city of Queensland and the third most populous city in Australia and Oceania, with a population of approximately 2.6 million. Brisbane lies at the centre of South East Queensland, which includes several other regional centres and cities. Brisbane is located in the hilly floodplain of the Brisbane River Valley. One of the greatest attractions of that makes Brisbane famous is in the outer regions of the city which is known as Gondwana Rainforest. It is one of the oldest rainforest in existence, with the greenery the same as those that covered supercontinent Gondwana 180 million years ago.

Apart from this the best spot to visit in Brisbane is its exciting Southbank made up of 17 hectares of parkland, eateries and immaculate river views. Moreover, South bank is bustling both day and night. The main spots to visit are the cultural spots with the Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum, Queensland Theatre Company and Performing Arts Centre and State Library all packed within the regions. Brisbane is also a home to the top universities for international students which are the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, Federation University Australia – Brisbane Campus, Holmes Institute, James institute, James Cook University, Queensland Institute of Business and Technology, TAFE Queensland Skills Tech and Southbank Institute of Technology.

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